After an upset win over the Los Angeles Clippers, the Denver Nuggets have moved into the No. 7 in the Western Conference standings.
On the heels of a blowout win over the Sacramento Kings, the Denver Nuggets are rising in the estimation of NBA pundits, and in their rankings as well.
The Denver Nuggets have the San Antonio Spurs and Portland Trail Blazers on the schedule this week.
The Denver Nuggets won two games in impressive fashion over the weekend.
Denver will try to build on a meager two-game winning streak this week against San Antonio and Portland.
The still streaky Denver Nuggets are in the middle of the pack in SB Nation's latest power rankings.
The Nuggets dominated the Kings from start to finish on Sunday, winning in a laugher in Sacramento.
Denver has struggled to find its footing on the road, but have a favorable matchup against the Kings, and are coming off a huge win over the Grizzlies on Friday night.
The Denver Nuggets are at .500, but they and everyone else in the Northwest Division and the Western Conference are playing catch-up with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Nuggets have won four in a row at home, but are looking to win two games in a row for the first time since Thanksgiving Weekend now that they are coming off a win over the Grizzlies.
The Nuggets have a losing record, but playing 17 of their first 23 games on the road means George Karl doesn't feel too bad about his team.
The Denver Nuggets host the Memphis Grizzlies Friday night on national television.
The Denver Nuggets have a busy weekend, with games on Friday and Sunday.
The Nuggets couldn't come all the way back against the Timberwolves, falling to Minnesota on the road.
Led by Ty Lawson, the Denver Nuggets got back to .500 by defeating the Detroit Pistons, 101-94, on the road on Tuesday night.
Denver's road-heavy schedule in the early going has done them no favors, as they still struggle for consistency and position in the Western Conference. The power rankings intelligentsia continue to keep the Nuggets in the middle of the pack.
The Denver Nuggets travel to Detroit, where the Nuggets haven't had much success lately.
The Nuggets are drifting right below .500 and SB Nation's power rankings have them down at No. 18.
The Nuggets visit the venerable Madison Square Garden Sunday night.
Denver remains in the mix for a playoff spot as the top Western Conference teams begin to separate themselves.
The Denver Nuggets beat the Indiana Pacers on Friday to keep pace with other winners in the Northwest Division.
The Nuggets ended a four-game road losing streak with a hard-fought victory over the Pacers on Friday.
The Nuggets are playing the Pacers on Friday night and stay on the road to face the Knicks on Sunday.
The Nuggets have an identical record with the Lakers but are in ninth in the Western Conference.
The Denver Nuggets will look to go over .500 against the Atlanta Hawks in a nationally televised game Wednesday night.
The Nuggets ended a three-game losing streak with a win over Toronto at home before embarking on a five-game road trip.
The Nuggets evened their record by outlasting Toronto at home.
Three straight losses drop the Nuggets in the latest ranking.
The Denver Nuggets host the Toronto Raptors and then fly to Atlanta to play against the Hawks.
The Miami Heat beat the Brooklyn Nets in a battle between two of the hottest teams in the Eastern Conference while the Los Angeles Lakers fell to the Orlando Magic.
The Denver Nuggets are still trying to find consistency as they are below .500 through 17 games of the season.
The Denver Nuggets lost three straight on the road this week, including back-to-back games Thursday and Friday at Golden State and the Los Angeles Lakers.